where's-my-coffee

Batfamily at some point of their lives

-Forget a kid in the school.
“Hey it feels calm today, ‘da fuck where’s Damian?”

-Alfred putting drugs on Tim’s coffe so he could sleep for a while.

-“He’s Jason my broth… my.
butler” -Damian Wayne

-Hugs at midnight from little and scared Damian.

-“Damian what the hell, why did you bring another pet?”

-“I died once and you didn’t average me, so at least you.can…” Jason 24/7.

- Jason would put eyeshadow under his eyes in Halloween and would say “My Tim Drake’s cosplay, where’s my coffee?”

-Make fun of their old costumes.

-Be the smartest kids in the class.

-“Who was first, the chicken or the egg?” Dick Grayson at some point of the night.

-Damian would close all the windows so Jason would use the door, or better, he would not enter.

-Bruce would be proud to call them his sons.

-Besides all the jokes, they will support each others, no matter what.

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the calendar // panic! at the disco

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a nice day!

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stupid comic for my piercing parlor AU

  • *4.20am*
  • Molly: *snoring*
  • -phone buzzes-
  • Molly: *jerks awake; gropes for her phone*
  • Your arse bothers me. SH
  • Molly: *confused; typing* It's four in the morning. MHx
  • It still bothers me. SH
  • Molly: *sighs* Why? MHx
  • Because it's cute. SH
  • Molly: *raises an eyebrow* Okay. MHx
  • Want to touch it. SH
  • Molly: *smiles* Where are you? MHx
  • Not sure. It's dark. Someone's cat is here. SH
  • Molly: *groans; gets out of bed, puts on a dressing gown and leaves her bedroom*
  • Sherlock: *lying on her sofa; nodding off with his phone in his hand and Toby in his lap*
  • Molly: *folds her arms* How did you get in?
  • Sherlock: *sits up; grins* Molly! You came.
  • Molly: *giggles* Come on *holds out her hand*
  • Sherlock: *takes her hand; yawns* Are we going to touch each other's butts now?
  • Molly: *shakes her head* The case went well, I see.
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gilmore girls re-watch;
└ rory’s dance [1.09]

December Prompts !

Day 20 : Coffee Shop

@coffee-without-a-pause told me my Hux was always a jerk (well, for a good reason!!!), so I tried to draw a nice Hux. This feels so wrong :(

How to make the perfect holiday wreath with Neil Patrick Harris
buzzfeed.com

Neil Patrick Harris: Tip number one: Get a glue gun. You’ll find out soon why. My second tip is to make sure that the table you’re using is higher than this one, because right now it’s just… It’s a lot of balls.

How long did it take you to transform into Count Olaf?
NPH: The makeup took about two and a half hours every morning. The meditation was another hour and a half. I would eat a big breakfast – that was probably 45 minutes. And then it was lunch.

I’m assuming you don’t have a lot in common with your character personality-wise, so how did you prepare to play a villain?
NPH: Playing a villain was fun, only because you get to do all the things you wouldn’t normally do in your real life. You get to spend time growling at children, reprimanding people, barking at people on set. Saying, “Where’s my coffee? Where’s my coffee?!”
And I mostly didn’t mean it. I was mostly doing it out of jest.

And what was the biggest challenge you faced?
NPH: The hardest part of playing the villain was the prosthetics, because I couldn’t really move my face as much as I wanted to, and yet I had to move my face a lot. If I moved my face in certain ways the prosthetics would come apart, so I could do a lot of eyebrow acting, but I couldn’t do a lot of nose lifting, or the corners of the nose would pop out.

What was your favourite part of the costume?
NPH: I like Olaf’s wardrobe, because the whole thing seems like it should be a period piece in many ways, and yet the date is non-specific. So I would wear cloaks and jackets, but also turtlenecks. I was a little beatnik, and kind of hipster in that way. It was Olaf by way of Brooklyn.

Did you feel pressure coming into a project that had so much anticipation behind it?
NPH: There’d been a movie based on this before, and that was, I guess, a little bit of pressure. At the same time, that movie told four books in two hours, and we have two hours per book. So we have eight hours to tell four books, and if people watch we’ll get to tell more of them. There’s only thirteen books, so there’s only going to be two more seasons, but that allows for a lot of time to be in character and to maintain character.

What was your favourite scene to film?
NPH: I did enjoy singing the song, called “The Count”, which is Count Olaf’s big song that he sings to the kids when they first arrive with his henchpeople. He wrote it himself, and he thinks he’s really, really talented, and it’s a terrible song. So we had to learn intentionally bad choreography… We did these almost Lady Gaga-ish kind of movements, which were just awful, but that made me laugh.